Wednesday, May 17 – Hour 2 Podcast

 

Teachers learn to use math as Trojan horse for social justice

According to the course developers, regular is “too abstract” for many students, and incorporating social justice can help them better understand “the power and meaning” of .

NRCC Raises Over $10 Million in April

Last month was the best April on record for the ’s fundraising, according to Roll Call. It also was the fourth straight month in which the House GOP’s fundraising arm raised $10 million or more–the longest streak at that level ever.

Winning! Atlanta Fed Projects 2nd Quarter GDP Above 4% in President Trump’s First Full Quarter in Office

This is the first time for this rate to be projected above 4% since before 2012.

Democratic Rep: ‘My First Amendment Right Is Different From Yours’ – The Burning Truth

The exchange started when Demings wrote on Facebook that she supports “common sense gun legislation” and “stand[s] against the gun lobby.”